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Tajikistan 2013: Toyota Camry and Daewoo Nexia possible leaders

Tajik musicians, Lada Zhiguli and Daewoo Nexia. Picture by marusia, all rights reserved. After Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, it's time to dust off another Central Asian car market: Tajikistan, the country in the region with the lowest car ownership rate at 35 per 1,000 inhabitants. The vehicle landscape in capital city Dushanbe has radically changed…

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Tajikistan: Changhe Freedom and Toyota Camry most popular

Changhe Freedom in Dushanbe, Tajikistan * See street videos of Dushanbe, Tajikistan by clicking on the title! * Tajikistan is at a crossroads of various civilisations and its car market reflects this, with Chinese, Russian, Iranian, Kazak and Uzbek influences. Up to mid-2010, almost half of the cars in circulation…

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USSR 1988: Lada 2106 leads, Samara on podium

Lada Samara * See the Top 15 all-models ranking by clicking on the title! Many thanks to Alex * In 1988, the private new car market is down 8% year-on-year to 754,600 registrations, with the sales to state organisations, intelligence services and the army down 14% to 165,950 units. The VAZ…

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